Cooktown - Bush Walks
The Bicentennial National Trail is the longest marked, non-motorised, self-reliant multi-use trekking route in the world, stretching an extraordinary 5,330 kilometres from Cooktown in tropical North Queensland, to Healesville in Victoria.
Cooktown is the perfect base to start or end your Cape York adventure. With its rich history, must-do Aboriginal tours, world-class fishing, and loads to see and do, you should plan for a minimum of three nights - and many visitors find themselves staying much longer.
The Mulbabidgee (Keatings Lagoon) walk has been developed in conjunction with the local Gungarde Aboriginal Corporation who worked on the 1.5 kilometre boardwalk and walking track on the edge of this important bird sanctuary.
An exhilarating walk requiring a good level of fitness which provides fantastic views over the Great Barrier Reef
The "Scenic Rim Walking Trail" consists of a mixture of pathways, rough tracks and trails, and is uniquely able to cater for every level of fitness.